The L.A. businessman says that the team's ownership woes make it impossible for him to do the stuff he had been hired to do, which had something to do with improving the fan experience. His hiring, of course, had been a disaster from the start - made all the worse when he opened his mouth in defense of Frank McCourt (and he wasn't even one of McCourt's lawyers). Anyway, the LAT's Steve Dilbeck provides a partial recap:
He chided MLB monitor Tom Schieffer for going into the Dodgers clubhouse his first day on the job to tell the team his work would not affect them, criticized the hours Schieffer kept, and then in the clincher, ripped Schieffer and MLB when he asked for additional stadium security the day after Osama bin Laden was killed and couldn't locate him. Since another team official had reached Schieffer with the request and he approved it within minutes, McCourt had to apologize to MLB. And remember, Soboroff managed to pull all this off his first 2 1/2 weeks on the job.